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Novembro nos presenteou com três feriados, e nesta próxima quarta feira haverá o último! (dia 20). Reserve um tempo para vc e para estar em companhia daqueles que amamos!
Suite Canário da terra sob as lentes do talentoso amigo @ighelal 📸
Esta acomodação possui cama king size, banheira dupla de hidromassagem integrada ao quarto, lareira, frigobar, tv e dvd!
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나만 모르게 이미 겨울이 왔을지도 모르지만
사진부터가 더이상 가을에 눈도 손도 길이 나질 않으니
오늘부터 겨울이라고 불러야지
증말 한 달도 안 가는군😒
Tegallalang Rice Terraces & Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary of Ubud, Indonesia 🇮🇩🙊🙉🙈🍚
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In addition to huge bears and majestic lynxes, in Altai mountains and its forests, you can meet snow leopards. 🐱 That is the only large cat species that have adapted to live in the conditions of severe highlands. ❄️ This is the largest cat living in Siberian Altai. The body length of adult animals is around 105- 130 cm; the mass is from 30 to 40 kg. They are confined to high ridges, where animals live both in the alpine zone and in the mountain tundra. This is a graceful and beautiful predator, which is often called ” the master of the mountains.”
However, his life is not as easy as it might seem. Due to global warming and hunting, the numbers of these animals are decreasing every year. 😥 Across Russia, there are only 90 individuals, of which about 40 live in Altai mountains. At the moment, the snow leopard is listed in the Red Book. The Red Book is a completely official, legislative document. It contains a list of those animals and plants that are threatened with extinction.
These beautiful animals are not only a matter of pride but also an object of concern. After all, the snow leopard is in the Red Book now and needs protection. Even former poachers decided to protect rare cats from complete extermination. Huntsmen remove traps and often risk their lives, fighting with those who decided to get expensive fur. Previously, this predator was considered harmful, and hunting for it was allowed year-round. The murder that could kill snow leopards were even given a premium. 😳 Now it’s forbidden to shoot a leopard. Locals believe that seeing a rare beast is good luck. 🤩 For many peoples, this beast is a symbol of strength, nobility, and power. Asian folklore is full of stories and legends about this elusive predator. Few people manage to see the snow leopard in the wild nature. ♥️
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Jurnal Indian Day 2
The Ganges above all is the river of India, which has held India’s heart captive and drawn uncounted millions to her banks since the dawn of history. The story of the Ganges, from her source to the sea, from old times to new, is the story of India’s civilization and culture, of the rise and fall of empires, of great and proud cities, of adventures of man.
"The path to our destination is not always a straight one. We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back. Maybe it doesn't matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark." - Barbara Hall
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As a Canadian, driving in the snow is a way of life. But I hadn't driven in about three months, so I was a little wary of driving in Iceland. The roads are narrower, the wind is stronger, and I barely saw any barriers/fences on roads that should have them (for safety purposes).
After some time at Reynisfjara beach, Anila wanted to see Fjaðrárgljúfur. That day it was my turn to drive and of course, Vík was one of the places where it snowed. The roads weren't shovelled; they were icy and bumpy. The drive to Fjaðrárgljúfur was the worst. It felt like I was driving up some kind of mountain and with my intense fear of heights, that was not a good mix.
It could be because it was winter and everything was covered in snow, so my depth of perception could have been off, but at the time it looked like we're going up a steep incline to the Fjaðrárgljúfur parking lot. With my fear of heights in full gear, I made the mistake at looking to the side and noticed how high we were. That's when my panic sank in. I instantly thought to myself, "There are two other lives in your hands. Don't drive off this incline. Don't kill us."
I'm pretty sure I went about 5 km/h up this incline and then it happened: I just stopped. I reached my tipping point of fear. I was scared to continue driving. My friends asked me why I stopped. I confessed. I was terrified to see what kind of road was awaiting at the top. Would it be going downhill steeply? A straight, flat road? Or is it going to be a winding one? Unfortunately there was a car inching closer behind me, so I had to suck it up and step on the gas. But to my relief, it was a straight, flat road.
When we reached the parking lot at Fjaðrárgljúfur, I suggested that it'd best for someone else to drive back to our guesthouse. We all agreed.
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Sometimes we just have to change our perspective to realize that things are not as bad as they seem.
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Life is like an ocean of sand.
It will always drink you in, slip through your fingers and always slip away from you. There will, however, be a small part that stays in the palm of your hand. Be thankful for that.
more than 10.000 kilometers on the road this time. Inhaling thousands of good and bad experiences.
It’s time to be korean! Did you know that it’s my first time to eat samgyupsal? I’ve never tried it and I was happy that SamG given me a chance to try it for the first time. .
📍SamG Baliuag (Beside Baliuag Water district)